There is a new video code, H.266, which promises to cut data use of 4k video in half! This has huge implications for the future of streaming video. Amazon Prime Video has finally released a feature their competitors have had for years. Next-gen video games may cost $10 more than this generation’s games. If the Xbox One controller is too big to use with your phone there is a new alternative from the biggest name in Bluetooth controllers.
You’ll have to hang around until the end to hear what might be a rather surprising musing from Josh.
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- New H.266 codec uses half the data to stream 4K video
- Amazon Prime Video finally offers user profiles worldwide
- Sling TV promises not to raise prices on customers like everyone else is doing
- Here’s the first sign that next-gen games might get a price hike
- Xbox Series X First-Party Games Showcase Coming on July 23
- Summer Game Fest Demo Event Coming July 21 to an Xbox One Near You
- This tiny Xbox controller is designed for Microsoft’s xCloud service
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